Storage Tips for Morgan State University Students
After students have celebrated the end of the school year, it is time to pack up the belongings and all of the stuff that have accumulated throughout the school year. A great storage idea for Morgan State University students would be to consider renting a self storage unit for the summer break. This will reduce the stress of moving belongings back and forth from. Most self storage facilities offer month-to-month rentals that are perfect for college storage and the college student budget. Storing your personal belongings in a self storage unit gives you piece of mind that your belongings are safe and secure and ready to be used again in the fall. If Morgan State University students do not have a way to transport their belongings back and forth from home or school, then renting a self storage is a perfect solution. Placing dormitory or school apartment items in storage is also a great idea for students and facility that are traveling out of the country for the summer (or even traveling during the school semesters).
Renting storage for Morgan State University students is easy and quick. The hardest part of the process is actually packing the belongings for storage! There are items that are recommended to be placed in at a storage facility near Morgan State University in Baltimore. These items would include linens, pillows, comforter, dinnerware, pots and pans, books, winter clothes and furniture such as couches, dressers, mattresses or tables.
Morgan University College Storage Solutions
ezStorage has three facilities that are just minutes away from Morgan State University. The Perring Parkway/Parkville/Hamilton storage facility in Parkville is just a four minute drive from the dorms. The Loch Raven/Hillendale storage facility in Parkville is just a six minute drive from Morgan State University. The Towson/Loch Raven/Timonium storage facility is a ten minute drive from Morgan State University. All of the facilities are also accessible by public transportation via MTA (Maryland Transit Administration)
Morgan State University
Morgan State University is a historically black public urban college located in Northeast Baltimore. The University is not affiliated with the University System of Maryland. The college was established at the Centennary Bible Institute, a Methodist Episcopal Seminary in 1867 and changed its name in 1890 to Morgan College. In 1975, the college became Morgan State University. The university has 10 colleges and schools including studies in liberal arts, engineering, education, journalism, and social work. Currently, there are nearly 8,000 students with 6,600 undergrad and 1400 grad students.
Morgan State University is located in Northeast Baltimore at 1700 E. Cold Spring Lane. Andrew Carnegie gave the college a grant of $50,000 in 1951 to build the central academic building, the Carnegie Building.
There are four traditional residential halls at Morgan State University as well at two high-rise residence halls. There are also off-campus upper class housing.